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coming up, another big case by the name of amanda knox. thought you were done? no way. $4 million in book advance money later, and after being set free, an italian supreme court may want that young woman back in country to face murder charges all over again. what say you united state? would you send her back? coming up in a moment. >>> thank you so much. good morning, everybody. >> morning. >> secretary napolitano, thank you for administering the oath and making it official. director, distinguished guests, family, and friends, it is a great pleasure to have you here at the white house. and it is an honor to be among the first to greet some of my fellow citizens of the united states. today you're in the people's house. a house designed by an irish immigrant. we welcome 28 men and women, immigrants themselves, who from this day forward have earned the precious right to call this country home. and i know this is an incredibly special moment for you and for your families. but i have to say it's a special moment for the rest of us, as well. because as we look out across this room, we're remind
, one parachute expert shows us what went wrong. plus, amanda knox learns her fate again. and -- >> i haven't cried yet. i might cry tomorrow. >> a millionaire coach and a team no one's heard of. shocked america. >>> i'm brooke baldwin. great to be with you here on this monday. i want to begin this hour with something very special. something we don't see very often. so at any moment, at arlington national cemetery, the united states will honor ordinary citizens who have done extraordinary things. i'm talking about people who put service above themselves. they passed the test of human spirit with flying colors. who am i talking about, these four people? they will take the spotlight for these actions they took, just in the past year. they're not military. they're not police. they're not trained rescuers. these are ordinary folks who made tough decisions to do the right thing at a critical moment. people like marcos ugarte, he was 14 when he saved a 7-year-old boy, trapped in a fire. ugarte ran toward the flames, grabbed a ladder, climbed into a second floor window. >> and i punched the
. >>> amanda knox facing a court fight again. why italian prosecutors want to retry the american student once convicted of murdering her former roommate. plus -- >> you killed an innocent human life. and that i hope you die for it. >> a mother's message and an accused murderer just 15 years old facing a judge in the shooting death of her toddler. newtown residents getting calls asking them to oppose gun control. and the nra tells new york mayor michael bloomberg to butt out. this is "cnn newsroom." i'm suzanne malveaux. a 15-year-old boy accused of killing a 13-month-old baby made an appearance before a georgia judge a couple hours ago. he's the younger of two teens charged with first-degree murder in the baby's death that happened last thursday. cnn's nick valencia is outside the court in brunswick where the teen was arraigned. what is the very latest? what do we know? >> well, we're trying to figure out, suzanne, whether that 15-year-old boy will be charged as an adult. the judge in fact didn't say anything at all or address that. that 15-year-old juvenile entered the courtroom, looked back
but could amanda knox go back to prison for her roommate's death? senior cnn international reporter ben wedeman has more on the case. >> reporter: an emotional amanda knox is led from an italian courtroom after learning she was free at last. the murder conviction against her and her former boyfriend overturned on appeal. that was october 2011. they had spent four years in prison for the 2007 sexual assault and murder of her roommate, british exchange student meredith kircher. it was a tabloid case that riveted the media, attracting an army of journalists to the medieval town of perugia where knox and kircher were studying italian language and culture. knox's tearful return to her family home in seattle, washington, seemed like the end of her ordeal, but it may not have been the end after all. the prosecution is demanding a retrial and will appeal the conviction before the italian supreme court in rome. the wheels of italian justice, however, grind slowly. if the acquittal is overturned, the case could go back to an appellate court. if that happens, knox might have to return to italy. if
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details. amanda knox will find out tomorrow if she'll face a retrial in connection with the death of her british roommate. knox and her ex-boyfriend were cleared of murder charges in 2011. she was set free after spending four years in prison. no objection now lives in seattle and is working on her memoir. she was reportedly paid $4 million to write a book about her experiences. boris berezovsky lived in london because he was a loud critic of russia's leadership. he's been found dead, but people are speculating that it might not be from natural causes. >> reporter: people who knew boris berezovsky in the 1990s describe him as ambitious, not charmed, pested and lobbied his way into the kremlin. becoming an influential political player. and as the president's health declined, berezovsky was said to have played a role in helping to install putin as his successor. this is berezovsky speaking in 2000, just days after putin took over. >> i think that putin will continue the way which the president established in russia. >> reporter: he was wrong. putin quickly pushed all the oligarchs out of ru
to put her life back together after her murder conviction was overturned. now amanda knox could be forced to return to italy and face the >>> and if saying i'm sorry could heal the world, then cbs is on the right track. the amazing race stirs up an amazing mess using a war memorial for a prop. we have the apology. you're live in the cnn newsroom. good morning from washington. thank you so much for being with me. i'm carol costello. we begin with the wintry mess scoffing at the calendar. it's officially spring, but try telling that to millions of americans in the midwest and mid-atlantic states. >> my car was completely sideways coming up the hill. and so thank god i managed to get right here in the center and i've been here about 45 minutes waiting on a tow truck. >> i can relate this morning. up to 7 inches from st. louis to pittsburgh and some areas will be buried under a foot of snow. it's not just snow that made for a wild weekend, though. take a look at that, that's hail blanketing the ground. much of the eastern half of the country has seen any combination of high winds, thunderstor
>>> to stories making news in the week ahead. another potential legal hurdle for amanda knox. the seattle college student who spent four years in an italian jail for the killing of her roommate. her murder conviction was overturned last year. on monday italy's supreme court could rule on the prosecution's appeal of knox's acquittal. also monday, the mediterranean country of cypress face as deadline to avoid a banking collapse that could impact other world economies. right now the european union chief is trying to get a last-minute deal together. >>> on tuesday and wednesday the u.s. supreme court will hold hearings on same-sex marriage challenges. proposition 8 and the defense of marriage act. people are already camping out mere the supreme court in washington to get in to the hearings. on thursday, we will find out which cars get a world car award. winner in power categories announced at the new york international auto show. shout-outs go to best all-around, best performance, green cars, and best design. that's going to do it for me. see you throughout the week p much more s
. play. it's good for you. >>> on the case now, amanda knox, a college student acqu acquitted of killing her roommate in italy could be retried. italy's highest court will hear the case and decide whether or not it gagrees with the acquittl and the release of knox. worst outcome, knox would be retried, but she would not have to appear in court in italy. michael jackson's youngest son blanket is being asked to testify about his father's last days. in fact, lawyers for aeg live, the company accused of being liable for michael jackson's death, wants the judge to order blanket to testify. but blanket's doctors warn it would be medically detrimental to the 10-year-old boy. o he was just 6 when michael jackson passed away. lawyers questioned michael's two other children, paris and prince. jackson's attorneys say aeg behaved aggressively and erratically with the children. cnn's legal analyst sunny hostin is here and anchor of evening express ryan smith is on the case right now. we have two brothers on the couch, and one sister in the studio. >> i'll take it. i'll take it. >> so let's go to sunn
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